Cinegize is the logical step of standard software replacing proprietary hardware. It is replacing traditional, high-end hardware-based KVM-over-IP solutions or expensive VDI solutions, which fail doing high-end graphics and video anyway.

Cinegize provides the same high-quality experience you have using a high-end 3D modelling or video editing workstation being sat physically in front of a directly connected monitor, but being remotely connected via the local network running the Cinegize client software on an ordinary Windows PC.

This is not using H.264 or HEVC hardware compression with its known issues and problems but an advanced massive parallel processing video codec designed to run on GPUs natively (please visit the Cinegy’s Daniel2 website for more information). Resolutions like UHD, 8K or 16K are not a problem for Cinegize, no matter what color depth or frame rate.

For proper work of Cinegize the client and the host machines should be in the same domain!
Cinegize is not an Internet remote access or support software like TeamViewer or AnyDesk. It is for use within a local network or a private, high-speed WAN. Think of Cinegize as a virtual, high-end KVM-over-IP replacement.

Cinegize can operate in two modes: as a host and as a client.

Client Mode

No license required to work in client mode.

Make sure that the switcher "Sharing" is in the "OFF" position for work in client mode. There is no need to install and run the Cinegize service for working in this mode. In the corresponding fields of the main window insert the remote host machine name/IP address and the remote key generated on the host machine:


After pressing the "Connect" button, the connection process is displayed:


In the status bar underneath the client console window, you can adjust the display scale of the application by selecting the desired scale from the "Fit" drop-down list in the lower left corner:



Use this button to expand the application window to full screen. You can also switch to full-screen mode by clicking the window title bar or using the AltGr+F keyboard shortcut.


This button sends the Ctrl+Alt+Del command to the host machine to unlock its console. You can also use an alternative key combination Ctrl+Alt+Ins.


Hovering over this icon displays a pop-up window with useful information (such as framerate, bitrate, etc.). The shortcut for this action is AltGr+I.

If no connection can be established, an appropriate error message is displayed, indicating the reason of the failure.

In the result of successful connection, the "Cinegize" pane appears on the right side of the host machine desktop:

Cinegize panel

Click the cinegize buttonbutton and the following window will appear with a list of connected clients:


Host Mode

The host machine requires a license to allow connection from the client machine.

Set the "Sharing" switcher to "ON" position.


Upon successful connection, the "Cinegize" pane on the right side of the host desktop reveals the following:

Cinegize supports multiple concurrent connections and each connected client appears in a separate tab.
Cinegize provides synchronization of plain text copied to the clipboard between client and host machines.

Windows Service Mode

This mode provides automatic hosting after machine startup.

To operate in this mode you should install and start Cinegize service as described in the Service Settings paragraph.

Once installed, the Cinegize service will automatically start as a host when the machine boots, allowing the user to connect to the login screen as if he was physically sitting in front of it. This is perfect for providing remote access to a virtual workstation hosted in a LAN-connected datacenter, or for using centralized equipment that is physically isolated from an operator workstation.

Detailed information on performance of Cinegize is available in the log files stored in the following path: C:\ProgramData\Cinegy\Cinegize.